Heavy metal cosmicists with advanced qualifications in rock and roll excess.
BJW was their original first-choice drummer. Jimmy Page once praised Procol highly in an interview especially A Salty Dog [although he got the title wrong].
LIEBER & STOLLER
Writers of many classic hits in the 1950s and pillars of the US Jewish community.
Produced Procol's Ninth which included a cover of one of their songs. Their beginnings were not unlike Brooker and Reid's in that the words existed first and were initially put to one side before the partnership began after a renewed approach.
In their Paramounts days, Brooker and co. had their biggest hit with the Lieber and Stoller song Poison Ivy which was revived at Clacton-on-Sea in the 1995 Procol Harum tour. Does this in fact make it the last song ever played on a Procol Harum tour?
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